The Doug Engelbart Archives on the Internet Archive is a collection of Engelbart's films and videos dating back to 1968, including historic and still relevant presentations, demos, interviews, and award ceremonies. This collection is courtesy of the Doug Engelbart Institute, part of a larger ongoing initiative in collaboration with Internet Archive, SRI International, Sun Labs, New Media Consortium, and distinguished volunteers from Doug's alumni group, to gather, sift through, catalog,... Topics: SRI, doug engelbart
Doug Engelbart's keynote lecture at the 1995 Glen Culler Honorary Lecture Event at University of California in Santa Barbara, CA. Following other tributes to Glen and announcement of the Glen Culler Scholarship Fund, Doug's Keynote is introduced at 19:25, in which he shares his own tribute to his long-time friend and colleague, as well as presenting his own work past, present and future (the latter beginning at 52:06), ending on a personal note at 1:20:09. Topic Index for this Lecture: @53:03... Topic: Presentation, Doug Engelbart, Glen Culler, UCSB
Doug Engelbart featured on JCN Profiles: Visionary leaders of the Information Age, a production of the Mind Extension University Education Network, March 1995. Host: Marc Doyle. For Doug's slides see Bootstrap "Paradigm Map". See also background on Jones Computer Network (JCN) and founder Glenn Jones. This video was produced with two long breaks for commercials to be inserted for TV. See also the version of this video with no breaks for commercials. Topics: interview with Doug Engelbart, Marc Doyle, JCN Profiles
Stanford News Service coverage of the 2008 event Engelbart and the Dawn of Interactive Computing put on by SRI International at Stanford University to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Mother of All Demos. See original posting Engelbart's vision honored by his colleagues, by Jack Hubbard and Ryan Roberts, and their companion article Celebrating the man who invented the mouse, by Dan Stober. See also the event webpage Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Doug's 1968 Demo for description,... Topics: Doug Engelbart, Christina Engelbart, Jeff Rulifson, Jack Hubbard, Ryan Roberts
Howard Rheingold is a self described communicator and artist. He is also the author of Tools For Thought, The Virtual Community, Smart Mobs and Net Smart. The podcast explores the theme of digital literacy.Figures like Doug Engelbart and Vannevar Bush are discussed. Books like Walter Isaacson and Anne Blair, and open hard like Raspberry Pi computers and Arduino. Topic: Howard Rheingold Doug Engelbart Vannevar Bush Walter Isaacson Anne Blair Raspberry Pi Arduino
Doug Engelbart introduced the screening of his 1968 Demo at Reboot 7.0 (reboot.dk) in Copenhagen live by ichat. After the screening of "the demo" he was available for a little chat, which this recording consists of. The recording of the introduction was unfortunately lost due to technical problems. More info and transcript at http://www.socialtext.net/mayfield/index.cgi?mother_of_all_demos favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Doug Engelbart, reboot, augmentation, bootstrapping, Reboot, Reboot 7, augmentation, bootstrapping,...
Doug Engelbart featured on JCN Profiles: Visionary leaders of the Information Age, a production of the Mind Extension University Education Network, March 1995. Host: Marc Doyle. For Doug's slides see Bootstrap "Paradigm Map". See also background on Jones Computer Network (JCN) and founder Glenn Jones. Topics: interview with Doug Engelbart, Marc Doyle, JCN Profiles, Marc Doyle, JCN Profiles